One can hope that the release of Scott Walker: 30 Century Man means Walker’s work will become readily available. Scott Walker: 30 Century Man is a decent assemblage of rare images from Walker’s life, with some wise remarks from his peers. As a film, in the end, the results are sadly insubstantial: the private man remains so and the employment of weightless, digital renditions of Walker’s music remind me of screensavers. For this admittedly biased Scott Walker fan, one who asserts that Scott 4 is one of the great works of art of the past forty years, and The Drift one of the finest this decade, I realized that what I know and love about Walker was all there. What isn’t there, unfortunately, is a film that pushes the form and leaves more to be desired, much like Walker himself.